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california communication system and integrating those with our robust communication system, through dsca and the various military interagencies. we will do that, partly because it's interesting, partly because it's challenges, but because as someone said all disasters are local. somewhere there's a little girl or little by or grandmother that is counting on us to get it right. so i thank you in advance for that young boy, that young girl, that family, whose lives will be changed, whose lives may even be preserved, because of your efforts. thank you for inviting me here today, thank you for allowing me to learn from you, thank you for allowing me it share a little bit about what we do and mostly to simply say thank you, it was my pleasure to be here, secretary schultz, thank you, admiral beeman, thank you. ladies and gentlemen, that's all i have. if you have any questions i'll be happy to take them. response and recovery. and the moderator for this panel is the city administrator for the city and county of san francisco, naomi kelly. please help me welcome naomi kelly. (applause). >>
't get gro growth if you raise taxif rates. california and several other states, the top rate is approaching 50% effectively. fie they have as much incentive to fire somebody to lower costs is to hire somebody to increase revenues. lou: so we have a contemporaneous experiment going on.t it is a high-risk experiment, but nonetheless an experiment.ra in california, bringing tax levels above 50% in the nation getting ready to move higher.oio are we going to see california behave as the canary in the colh wind, if you will, when it comes to economic growth and theabili ability to support an ever-growing government? >> of go course, people are jusg fleeing california. t california is a microcosm of what happens to countries that raise their tax rates. entrepreneurs flee and welfarela recipients pour in, and you have an unsustainable state of affairs. that is california. silin unsustainable. meanwhile, they are destroying silicon valley. it is america's greatest asset., the source of all our technology and it is our potential for everth, and we are circling it over with a cast of g
raise tax rates. and, california and several to the states, the top rate is approaching 50%, effectively with a 50% top rate. and, business has as much incentive to fire somebody, to lower costs, as to hire somebody to increase revenues. >> lou: we have a contemporaneous pareexperiment g on, in california bringing tax levels above 50%, the nation, right now, getting ready to move higher are we going to see california behave that's cas th in the coal mine, if you will when it comes to economic growth and the ability to support an ever-growing government. >> yes, people are fleeing california. california is a microcosm of what happens to countries that raise their tax rates. entrepreneurs flee and welfare recipients pour in and you get an unsustainable state of affairs, and that is california. unsustainable and meanwhile they are destroying silicon valley, which has been america's greatest asset. a source of all of our technology and our military power and potential for growth and we are sickling it over with a cast of green goo and everybody is angling for green subsidies and that is a tr
. >> but i look so good. >> bill: it is true, out in california that is what happens. what is the emotional attachment the music has to the american people? >> we try to do in our songs, themes that relate to people. when we started out it was serving, southern california, california girls. it was going to the dance, surfer girl. all these great things that were going on in our lives. i think they were going on in millions of lives. we connected through the themes along with the harmonies and created that feeling. >> bill: that's what it is. people go to see your concert and listen to your records because they are celebrating their own lives. every time a song comes on, a flashback -- when i was a lauer, i was singing slope john b. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bill: you nice have connected to the american people when your songs come on, they remember the good times in their lives. >> that's right. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bill: you are going to be 70-years-old, next week. >> yeah. >> bill: you wrote surfer girl my personal favorite. >> when i was 19. >> bill: can you believe you are
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of california flew in to marry us. it was epic, so special, the best night of our lives by far. i highly recommend it to everybody out there. go get married. whoever you want to marry. in certain states now, if you are part of the lesbian and gay community, you have that option to be able to do that. it was so fulfilling. i grew up pretending a lot to fit in, pretending to be straight. i find now and aishia, you could probably speak to this as well. when you find your voice, you do not want to shut up about it. i have found my choice. i feel very privileged to have found it. patrick and i were together 12 years up to the point where we got married. we deserved that opportunity. >> i feel like there is something as you point out. the 4-year-old on up. the fact that they have also. it is not just you two making this choice. it is that your whole families are participating in a way that contributes to an expanding definition of family for the 4-year-old and all the way up. given that we are looking at communities where people are going to have these expanded social understandings, how does
's how much this self-described apple freak from california spent to auto mate his home. this song writer, have you watched that modern family episode of moderning the home. he uses ipad from blind to lights and pole. he is ahead of me. can i only do my lights so far and tv. last, $325 million. that's how much the power ball jackpot has soared to. next drawing is tonight. alli? >> you won't see me tomorrow. you will know what happens. >> you're auto mating your home i'm going to the power ball. >> if you are planning on doing holiday shopping today. beware. in addition to all those great holiday deals. you may end up getting more than you par beganned for because the mall can be a hot spot for germs. dr. marc siegel is from our medical a team. is he here to break it all down. hi, doc. >> hi, how are you? >> i'm doing well. >> germiest places in the mall to be on the lookout for. first of all is the air. how can i avoid the air when i got to will will mall. >> you can't avoid it full disclosure i i am not a germ phone. when i start preparing for. this i start thinking about the back tier i
. and in glendale, california got a shock as a camel ran down the street. he had escaped from the circus tent. okay, accord toth national retail federation. holiday sales are expected to rise four percent that is one of the earliest starts ever. some stores hoped on thanksgiving day. we anded you if you went if it was worth it. lane said it is it a crazy world out there and i shop on line. >> jp said he chose not to shop because all stores should be closed on thanksgiving, christmas and eastern and need more family time. >> she said after the crowds and only at a fun of just being together. >> we got a lot of responses on that one. thank you for sharing. >> keep it right here. more america's news head quarters coming your way after the break. >> 14 grammies and he's not done yet. ricky skags and a new album out and enlisted the great barry gibbs. i sat down with rick i and anded him about the new project. >> it is it great to see you. i know noso many people love your music and you are a legend and got the pioneer award from the academy of country music. that must have been an honor for you. >> it
% of the assets they need for current and future retirees. look at the northern california joint pension, 20,000 workers funded at 65%. they only have 60% of what they need. to fix this pension problem, new workers. they're trying to ganize wal-mart. they want these wal-mart workers to pay contributions to the pension fund and they won't be getting it out for many years that which point -- gerri: this points out what a prize walmart is. 1.3 million workers, and it would be, a bailout for the unions. they are not concerned about wal-mart workers here. it is about their own obligations. >> you don't think they're telling these wal-mart workers if they join the union if walmart becomes unionize these workers would buy into these pensions. they're not telling them that all. there saying join a save you will be better off but these workers would be better off with i r as and 401(k) plans and pension they will get back rather than putting money into a failed pension. none of your listeners would put money into a pension of 55%. gerri: jeff flock was on the ground looking at who was out there doing
have to do this again. >> greg fletcher, walmart associate in california. appreciate you joining us today and give your brother-in-law and your wife my best. >> i will. thank you. >>> so this is something that labor's been working out for a long time. and yesterday, i think, was bigger than anything that's ever happened in the labor actions against walmart. there's two ways to read what happened yesterday. there's one in the context of how many workers they have, which is 1.6 million associates and it's a massive operation, and so even if 100, 200, 1,000, or 15,000 people walk out, that's relatively small. the other way to look at it is in the history of walmart which has been resistant to any kind of concerted labor action. i'm curious on your take away from yesterday. >> well, i think it's not big enough yet to see this as the turning point. i do agree that in the history of walmart, this is a bigger deal than we've seen before. and i think the fact that it comes after the election and after occupy and occupy sandy, i think, was a big deal too. there was a little bit of a shift of
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